Walk Through History At The Touring Lego Exhibition



Are you a Lego-Fanatic? Do you reminisce about playing for hours with the famous children’s toy? Do you still have your favourite Lego model?

Then is the event for you!

Travel through history, at this touring Lego Exhibition coming in Hull.

Hull is to host an exhibition of major historical milestones made entirely from Lego.

Brick History tells the story of pivotal moments in world history through models created using the famous Danish toy.

The free exhibition from artist Warren Elsmore will go on display at the Hull History Centre for two months, opening on January 12.

Bringing to life key figures from Mozart to Martin Luther King, scientific discoveries from the Big Bang to DNA and recent history from mobile phones to the moon landings, you will be able to ‘walk through history’, well Lego History at this impressive exhibition.

Visitors will also be able to see tiny recreations of Concorde and Titanic, examinations of art from cave paintings to 1960s pop art and Lego versions of the Viking invasions and the struggles of slaves and suffragettes.

Brick History has been brought to the centre by Hull City Council with support from the University of Hull, and it is expected to attract over 10,000 visitors during its two-month run.

University archivist Simon Wilson said: “This will be the first time Brick History has been exhibited in the Humber region. Securing the funding will allow us to offer the exhibition six days a week from Monday through to Saturday for the entire two months”

Councillor Marjorie Brabazon, Chair of Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd, said “The History Centre has run its Lego and craft History Makers monthly events for a few years. Brick History builds on this and will be a great way of bringing history to life for children of all ages.”

The exhibition will open at the Hull History Centre on January 12 and will run to March 9.

Best of all it is FREE to attend!